Wafaqul Madaris Al Arabia Pakistan Annual Result 2013
Multan: Wifaq-ul-Madaris Al-Arabia Pakistan Thursday announced the result of annual examinations recording a pass percentage of 83 per cent. General secretary WMAP Maulana Hanif Jalindhary told a news conference here that total 212,490 candidates, including 111,909 girls and 100,581 boys, had appeared in examinations and out of whom 176,880 were declared successful recording an overall pass percentage of 83 per cent.
Wafaqul Madaris Al-Arabia Pakistan has announced annual examinations result 1434 (Hijri year) 2013. you can see and get your Results at Madaris Al-Arabia Web site at the following link
Wafaq ul Madaris Al-Arabia, Pakistan founded in 1957 in West Pakistan is the Largest federation of Islamic Seminaries around the world. More than 10,000 Seminaries and about 8,000 Iqra Schools across the Islamic Republic of Pakistan are affiliated with the federation. It controls all the seminaries which are run by Deoband School of thought. Deobandi School of thought is supposed to be country’s most powerful and dominated school of thought.
A renowned Hanafi Scholar Molana Saleemullah Khan is the president and Qari Muhammad Hanif Jalandhari is general sectary of the federation. The head office of Wafaq ul Madaris is situated in Multan.
Pass percentage among girls was recorded at 85 per cent and among boys 81 per cent. Candidates from 5,027 Madaris participated in Dars-e-Nizami and 6,586 Madaris in Tafheez-ul-Quran examinations. Total 1,366 examination centres were set up in four provinces besides AJK, tribal areas and Gilgit-Baltistan and 7,494 people were deputed to conduct these examinations.
The process of marking of papers began on June, 2013 and concluded on July last and 750 Ulema from across the country participated in it under personal supervision of president WMAP Maulana Saleemullah Khan. Giving details of results, Maulana Hanif Jalindhary said Hussain Ahmad Madni from Jamia Darul Uloom Karachi secured first position in Darja-e-Aalmia (MA part II), Muhammad Abu Ubaida from Jamia Tul Uloom Al-Islamia Binori town Karachi stood second while Safiullah from Darul Uloom Karachi secured third position.
Uzma Jamil from Jamia Tul Uloom Al-Islamia Binori town Karachi secured first position in Darja Aalmia (MA) examinations. Bushra Qaisar from Madarsah Nizamia Nazimabad Karachi and Maryam from Madarsah Fatima Tuz Zahra Abottabad secured second and third positions, respectively. Abdul Wahab, Muhammad Waseem Akram, Muhammad Abu Bakar of Darul Uloom Karachi secured first, second and third positions ,respectively in Darja Mauqoof Alaih examinations.
Abdul Ghafoor (Jamia Usmania Peshawar) and Muhammad Zohaib (Jamia Uloom Binori town) stood first in Darja Aalia (BA) examinations.